Small Business Saturday, Nov. 28, kicks off the holiday season in Georgetown, and Georgetown is extending its Shop Small Georgetown promotion in conjunction with Small Business Saturday through Dec. 12.
The Georgetown BID hopes to attract in-person shoppers to its narrow sidewalks with its window and streatery decorating competition (the theme is “Silver Linings”).
From November 28 to December 12, folks can swing by Georgetown and take advantage of giveaways and deals at participating spots. (Think a free candle with each $100 purchase at Pillar & Post, or ten-percent off cases of wine at Officina.)
Whether you’re skipping a big Thanksgiving celebration due to the coronavirus pandemic or simply prefer to enjoy a tasty meal while skipping the hours of cooking and massive pile of dishes, you will have options come Nov. 26.
The Georgetown-based company Soapbox donated 12,000 bars of soap to a pair of coronavirus testing sites in D.C. Free soap will be handed to those who get tested.
Shop British antiques and accessories at Pillar and Post – located in an impossibly charming Georgetown townhouse.
The More Rosewood package offered now through Dec. 19 gives a complimentary third night with every two paid consecutive nights; it also includes a $50 hotel credit per night to be used towards food, beverage and amenities.
The Old Stone House at 3051 M St. NW in Georgetown is what many of us know as the “oldest” house in Washington.
Luxury Travel Magazine: Rosewood Washington, D.C. to Reopen November 23 with New Townhouse Accommodations
Rosewood Washington, D.C., the luxurious urban retreat located in the heart of Georgetown, will reopen on November 23, 2020 to unveil the hotel’s highly anticipated townhouse accommodations.